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Time Event Room
12:00 18:00 Registration Foyer
14:00 15:00 Board Meeting and Planning Committee Bromley
14:00 17:00 Hands-on: CISSE Cyber Sunday Celebration TBA
18:00 20:00 Welcome Cocktail Party Hamilton
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08:00 08:45 Breakfast Main
08:45 09:15 Opening ceremony Main
09:15 09:45 Welcome: CISSE Chairman and ISEW Main
09:45 10:30 Keynote: Peter W. Singer, Ph.D., Technology and Cybersecurity Futurist Main
10:30 10:45 Break & Poster Session Foyer
10:45 11:30 Panel: ACM Joint Task Force Main
11:30 12:15 Panel: Government Main
12:15 13:15 Lunch Hamilton
13:30 14:15 Panel: International Partners - Cyber Security Education and Certification in the UK Main
14:15 15:00 Panel: Funding Main
15:00 15:15 Break & Poster Session Foyer
15:15 16:15 Presentation: Hansen Clarke Main
16:30 18:00 Cocktails Foyer

Breakout Sessions

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10:30 11:30 Cyber Defense, Analysis, Simulation & Experimentation Shippen
10:30 11:30 Puzzle Based Cyber Security Learning To Enhance Defensive Skills of Front-Line Technicians Flower
13:30 14:15 Recruitment, Retention & Diversity Flower
13:30 15:00 National Cybersecurity Student Association Shippen
13:30 15:00 CISSE 2.0 Session #1 Claypoole
14:00 14:15 The Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS) and Beyond - Collaboration / Engagement Opportunities Hamilton
14:15 15:00 CyberGirlz Hamiton
15:00 16:00 Opportunities in Further Development of Cyber Security Workforce Woman and Minorities in Cyber Security Working Group Hamilton

International Security Education Workshop (ISEW)

Time Event Room
13:30 13:35 Workshop Opening A1
13:35 14:15 Keynote: "Cybersecurity Across the Professions - Who Should Know What" A1
14:20 14:30 Workshop Introduction - Purpose / Goals A1
14:30 15:20 Panel: Academia / Industry Collaboration in Cybersecurity Programs A1
15:25 15:55 Community Engagement A1
16:00 16:30 Introduction to ACM Joint Task Force (JTF) on Cybersecurity Education and Preparation for Working Sessions A1
18:00 ACM JTF Working Dinner (Invitation Only) Offsite

Academic Paper Sessions

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10:30 11:00 Cybersecurity for MBAs: Pi-shaped Course Design Cook
11:05 11:35 Cyber Law in Developing Countries: An Indian Perspective Cook
11:40 12:10 A Holistic Approach to Cyber Security Cook
13:30 14:00 Teaching Adversarial Thinking for Cybersecurity Cook
14:05 14:35 Enhancing Cybersecurity: Applying Advanced Analytic Techniques Cook
14:40 15:10 Teaching Students to Be Internet Stalkers - Experiences from an Open Source Intelligence Class Project Cook

Round Table Sessions

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10:30 10:45 Sniffing Bluetooth Traffic E2
10:50 11:05 Implementation of Multidisciplinary Cyber Security Curriculum at a Medium Sized Campus E2
11:10 11:25 Third and Fourth Year Cybersecurity Curriculum E2
11:30 11:45 Become What [They] See and What [They] Connect To Experiences and Lessons Learnt E2
13:30 13:45 Assessing the Effectiveness of Experiential-Learning-Based Teaching Tools in Cybersecurity Courses E2
13:50 14:05 Utilizing Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Information Assurance Communities of Practice E2

Presentation Only Sessions

Time Presentation Room
10:30 10:45 An Experiment Platform for Security Education in Advanced Manufacturing Systems E1
10:50 11:05 PACE: A Virtual Platform for Team-based Cybersecurity Exercises E1
11:10 11:25 Assessing Java Coding Vulnerabilities in Undergraduate Software Engineering Education by Using Vulnerability Analysis Tools E1
11:30 11:45 Gamifying Cybersecurity Modules for Entry Level Students E1
13:30 13:45 A Comparative Study of Neural Network Training Algorithms for the Intelligent Security Monitoring of Industrial Control Systems E1
13:50 14:05 Promising Practices for Building Cybersecurity Knowledge, Confidence and Capacity among College Professors E1
14:10 14:25 Educating Future Cyber Security Professionals with Vulnerable Web Server Software E1
Time Event Room
08:00 09:00 Breakfast / Briefing: MnC3 Main
09:00 09:15 Opening by CISSE and ISEW Main
09:15 10:00 Keynote: Richard Clarke Main
10:00 10:30 Break & Poster Session Foyer
10:30 11:30 Panel: Cryptographic Engineering Main
11:30 12:15 Panel: Training Partnership with Academia Main
12:15 13:15 Lunch Hamilton
13:30 15:00 Panel: Community College Main
15:00 15:15 Break & Poster Session Foyer
15:15 16:15 Presentation: Meeting Industry Needs for Secure Software Development Main
18:00 20:00 Anniversary dinner at the International Seaport Museum Offsite

Breakout Sessions

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10:00 11:00 Degree Completion Strategies Shippen
10:30 12:00 MnC3 Meeting Reynolds
10:30 12:00 CISSE 2.0 Session #2 Claypoole
13:30 14:15 Helping Students Build Their Future Using Stackable Credentials Shippen
13:30 14:30 Gamification of Cybersecurity Training Reynolds
13:30 15:00 CISSE 2.0 Session #3 Claypoole

International Security Education Workshop (ISEW)

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10:15 12:15 ACM JTF Working Group #1 A1
10:15 12:15 ACM JTF Working Group #2 A2
13:30 15:30 ACM JTF Working Group #1 (Continued) A1
13:30 15:30 ACM JTF Working Group #2 (Continued) A2
15:30 16:30 ACM JTF Working Groups - Report Out A1

Academic Paper Sessions

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10:30 11:00 Evidential Reasoning in Real-time Monitoring of Computing Systems Cook
11:05 11:35 'It's hard to be the only girl': Obstacles facing adolescent girls in computer science contexts Cook
11:40 12:10 Effect of the Secure Programming Clinic on Learners' Secure Programming Practices Cook
13:30 14:00 Malicious Insiders: Who Might Be the Ephialtes in Your Organization? Cook
14:05 14:35 Implications of Traffic Analysis to Homeland Security Cook
14:40 15:10 Raising Cybersecurity Awareness among College Students Cook

Round Table Sessions

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10:30 10:45 Impact of the Physical Web and Beacons in the Classroom and College E2
10:50 11:05 Serious Gaming in Distance Learning: The Cybersecurity Specific Adaptive Learning System (CSALS) E2
11:10 11:25 The Effectiveness of GenCyber Programs at Building Adolescent Girls' Knowledge, Confidence and Interest in the Field of Cybersecurity E2
11:30 11:45 SETA On Steroids: A New Model of Security Training in Healthcare E2
13:30 13:45 A Hands-On Approach to Computing Security Education: Metasploit Module Development E2
14:10 14:25 Fight Identity Theft (FIT) A Comparison of Text-based and Game-based Learning E2

Presentation Only Sessions

Time Presentation Room
10:30 10:45 Effects of a Four-Week Cyber Security Summer Program on the Attitudes and College Interests of High School Students E1
10:50 11:05 Smart Cities Architecture and Security in Cybersecurity Education E1
11:10 11:25 Mobile Health Information Security in the eHealth Cloud E1
11:30 11:45 Teaching Computer Science with Cybersecurity Education Built-in E1
13:30 13:45 A Highly-Scalable and Reduced-Risk Approach to Learning Network Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) and Client-Side Exploitation (CSE) E1
13:50 14:05 The Collaboratory Experience: The Human Factor in Cybersecurity E1
14:10 14:25 A Comparative Study of Neural Network Training Algorithms for the Intelligent Security Monitoring of Industrial Control Systems E1
Time Event Room
08:00 09:00 Breakfast Main
09:00 09:15 Opening by CISSE and ISEW Main
09:15 10:00 Panel: Past, Present and Future of Cybersecurity Competitions Main
10:00 10:30 Break Foyer
10:30 11:30 Presentation: Global Forum to Advance Cyber Resilience Main
11:30 12:15 Presentation: ISEW workshop briefing to CISSE Main
12:30 14:00 Lunch & Townhall Meeting Hamilton
14:00 14:30 Volunteer Staff Meeting Hamilton


International Security Education Workshop (ISEW)

Time Event Room
09:15 09:20 Welcome A1
09:20 10:10 Panel: Developing Global Curricular Standards A1
10:10 11:00 Community Engagement A1
11:00 11:15 Closing: Next Steps for ACM JTF A1
14:30 15:30 ACM JTF Meeting (Invitation Only) A1

Academic Paper Sessions

Time Paper Room
09:15 09:50 Modeling Cyber Crimes and Investigations for Digital Forensics Education Reynolds
09:50 10:25 Encryption at Birth through Trusted Platform Modules Reynolds